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  • Intro Italian, Hybrid-Style

    An ambitious class meeting schedule combined with competing demands on busy students' time may be keeping some from engaging in languages at Dartmouth, observes Professor Tania Convertini. A new hybrid model for Introductory Italian aims to offer more flexibility for students, and is discovering deeper levels of engagement in the process.

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  • Course Aims to Help Students Unpack Study Abroad Experiences

    A recent article from The Dartmouth explores new course COCO21: "What's In Your Shoebox," designed by Professors Francine A'Ness and Prudence Merton to help students reflect on experiences abroad while developing their intercultural sensitivity.

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  • Unconventional Pedagogy

    This week, The Dartmouth reflects on student experiences in four experiential or applied college courses in which Dartmouth "serves as a laboratory for intellectual innovation."

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  • Nontraditional Courses Offer Experiential Learning

    In today's issue of the Dartmouth, Social Impact Practicums and "Telling Stories for Social Change" course highlighted as nontraditional models, and opportunities for learning through direct experience.

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  • Stephanie Everett '19 & the Theater E-Term

    In today's issue of The Dartmouth, Stephanie Everett '19 describes her experience of the theater department's experiential term, or "E-Term," and the one-person play she wrote and performed recently at Northern Stage.

    Stephanie Everett '1p performs at Northern Stage
  • Experiential Learning Special Issue: T&L Connection

    In this issue, looking back and looking forward at the midpoint of Dartmouth's Experiential Learning Initiative, approaching application deadlines for the Experiential Learning Seed Grant and Stamps Scholars Program, and stories from our collection.

  • Stamps Scholar Spotlight: Madison Sabol '18

    Stamps Scholar Madison Sabol '18 combines interests in Environmental Studies and French by studying viticulture, wine, and "terroir" at vineyards in Bordeaux, France, and Barnard, Vermont.

    Stamps Scholar Madison Sabol
Seed Grant 2018


Up to $50k to support teams of faculty, staff, and/or students offering intentional, reflective, and applied learning experiences. Deadline March 16.

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